India Four Two
Can you tell me where to find the exemption?
6.23 Low Flying. A glider shall not fly over any congested area below
1,000 feet above the congested area or the highest fixed object within
a horizontal radius of 600 metres of the aircraft, whichever is the
higher. Nor shall it fly over or within 3,000 feet of any open-air
assembly of more than 1,000 persons (without specific CAA
Exemption to the 1,000 foot rule exists for hill soaring, for normal takeoff
or landing at licensed airfields and for life saving.
A glider shall not fly closer to any person, vessel, vehicle or structure
than 500 feet, except with the permission in writing of the Authority.
Exemption to the 500 foot rule exists for hill soaring, for normal take-off
and landing, and for life saving.
“Congested area” in relation to a city, town or settlement means any
area which is substantially used for residential, industrial, commercial
or recreational purposes
Rule 5, 6